The main activity is cattle farming, based on natural grazing. Educational programmes on farming and plants of the Nevėžis river valley meadows are available.
The museum-gallery holds the following educational lessons: "Janina Monkutė-Marks graphic art – linoleum carving", "Janina Monkutė-Marks painting – pop art", "Janina Monkutė-Marks textile – hand-made tapestries", "Knitting without needles", "Painting on water", "Drawing with sand", "Fractal drawing", "Mastering the technique of tying traditional straw himmeli using non-traditional materials".
Kėdainiai Regional Museum and Multicultural Centre offer a large variety of educational lessons which include history, art, ethnoculture, Jewish cultural heritage and multiculturalism. The lessons are intended for children of various age and adults.
The Arnet's House offers the following old crafts programmes: weaving, lace weaving, ceramics, wicker weaving, carving and Easter egg colouring with wax.
The history of soap is told while making the soap and lessons are provided on how to make it. Food can also be ordered: herbal teas, healthy biscuits, "silk porridges", and kvass. Duration 1.5–3 hours.
Pelėdnagiai is a historic village near (4 km) Kėdainiai. The women of "Owl Village" will treat you with an owl egg cooked in ember or fireplace, as well as broth, cheese, carrot and apple pie, little carrot sandwiches, and acorn coffee from the Millennium Oak Forest of Lithuania.